Use this blog post to educate buyers about earnest money and some of the mistakes they’ll want to avoid should they decide to make an offer on a home with earnest money attached.
Earnest Money Mistakes
- Buyers Beware of these Earnest Money Mistakes
- How to Avoid Common Earnest Money Errors
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Including earnest money with your offer? Be careful about how you proceed. There are mistakes you won’t want to make when it comes to betting part of your bankroll that everything will go as planned.
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“Earnest money is a great way to show a seller you’re serious about the offer you’re making on their home. By placing a portion of what amounts to your down payment on the table to demonstrate your commitment to follow-through on the contract, you’re saying “I love this home and I’m ready to go.” But there’s a real risk involved: If you make a mistake, you might just be out a chunk of cash.
Here are some ways to avoid burning your home-buying bankroll in lost earnest money…”
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